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Lunchtime Live is a series of recitals, usually on the first Thursday of each month, at 1:10pm. The series has become renowned in Northamptonshire and beyond for attracting musicians of the highest calibre to perform on either the Walker Gallery Organ or the Hill & Son and Norman & Beard Chancel Organ, in the light acoustic which so captivated Sir Yehudi Menhuin:

Nowhere in Europe or indeed the world have I played in a building that has better acoustics. They are absolutely perfect!

 
Recitals are given on Thursdays in June and July from 1:10pm until 2:00pm, and further details of all our Organ Recitals can be found at: www.organrecitals.com. Our Coffee Shop is open for lunches and light refreshments before and after all our lunchtime recitals.
 

 

The first recital of the 2018 Lunchtime Live! season was on 1st February by Justin Miller of St. Mathew's Church, Northampton.
The next recital, on the 1st March will be by Jem Lowther, Director of Music, All Saints' Northampton whose program includes pieces by Bach, Elert, Buxtehude, Brahms and others.
Full details can be found on our events page here, along with details the other recitals and events at All Saints'.


 
 

Rage and Romance

Rage and Romance was a series of organ recitals exploring the late nineteenth-century German schism known as the War of the Romantics’: the radical progressive composers led by Liszt and Reubke, in opposition to the conservative romantics led by Brahms, Mendelssohn and Schumann. In these recitals the then Director of Music and Travis Organ Fellow of All Saints performed the complete organ works of the conservatives – Brahms, Mendelssohn and Schumann.

 
 

A Little Britten

This year (2013) marked the centenery since the birth of one of the most important of British composers, Benjamin Britten (1913-1976). All Saints joined in the national celebrations of this great composer’s work, and that year’s Lunchtime Live! recital series was dedicated to performances of some of his finest works. Britten wrote relatively few works for the organ, so this year’s recital series includes instrumental, ensemble and song recitals, as well as those for our organs.

 
 

The Art of Improvisation

The series of lunchtime organ recitals in this year focused on the spectacular art of improvising on the organ, but also acknowledged the London 2012 Olympic Games. Each recital featured at least one improvised work, loosely based around the National Anthem of one of the participating nations. The organist was not supplied with the theme until the start of the recital, giving him a maximum of 45 minutes from starting pistol to the finishing line!



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